Around these parts we’re big fans of director Mark Pavia, who first hit our radar with the deliciously creepy film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Night Flier. Ever wonder how and why he got that gig? Well you’re about to see for yourself.
Below you’ll find Pavia’s complete 16mm zombie short Drag, which was shot by DP Mauro (Avatar) Fiore. The film was then seen by Stephen King, leading to Pavia’s hiring on The Night Flier. Over the years fans have been clamoring to see the short, and the good news is that Pavia has just made it available for you all to dig on!
Drag was shot in 1993 and stars Ellie Cahill, Jack O’Donnell, and Marty Sanderson.
Check out the flick in three-part chapters or one full video below them. No matter how you watch, there’s no doubt about one thing … this friggin’ rules!
The world is dead. A lone woman, Victoria, struggles valiantly to stay alive on this desolate planet once known as Earth. But Victoria is not alone here. She shares her horrifying new world with beings of a different kind … the living dead, ferocious beasts hungrily searching for human flesh. With a sawed-off shotgun strapped to her back, Victoria drags a dead body through this horrifying new world in a desperate attempt to hold on to her humanity.
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